The Thinking Self

Philadephia: Temple University Press (1986)
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Keywords Apperception  Epistemology  Experience  Objectivity  Perception  Phenomenology  Self-awareness  Thinking  Unity
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Call number BD450.R619 1986
ISBN(s) 087722434X   087722434  
DOI 10.2307/2185378
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